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medical center at bethesda. pretty challenging the cultures that exist there, you have cultures that exist here, you are speaking about cultural differences between the military and its hierarchy of command and control and the civilian command and control and figuring out the two greatest things you need in the chaos of disaster. no. 1, communications. no. 2, who's in charge. i dealt with a lot of cultural issues when i was combining the army and the navy medical forces between walter reed and bethesda. america's army is an amazingly heroic army. they have occupied valley forge , tokyo, berlin, danang and now it occupies bethesda, maryland, but we're working through that. how do we break those cultural barriers, how do we figure out supporting supporters, how do we do that before the next capacity goes on? so what have we done, what capabilities do we bring, where do we use them and how will they be playing a role here in the event of the most likely nightmare scenarios for this area? i grew up in the bay area, i have tremendous affection for it. i did train on the east coast but i g
in bethesda outside a diner, which is open 24 hours. let's look at the temperature out here in bethesda. 43 degrees. not quite pack as bad at this exact location as an outlying areas. let's show you some of the other regional temperatures. many 30-degree readings, especially just west of washington. 34 degrees in winchester, 36 in gaithersburg, 38 in martinsburg. a little bit of a taste of winter in the air. 34 in manassas along with culpeper. 45 copies in annapolis. partly sunny today. a little sprinkle is possible and maybe an isolated flurry early this morning. that's about all. the weekend looks good. more sunshine than what we have seen lately, with highs in the mid 50's. that's the latest from bethesda. now to steve hershorn for the commute. >> we start with 66 eastbound towards the roosevelt bridge, springfield, looks pretty good right now towards the springfield interchange. here is 66 at the roosevelt bridge. inside the beltway and outside starting off well with. no with the beltway at new hampshire avenue, waiting for delays to build on this friday, but we are in good shape so far
. but 39 in gaithersburg. 43 bethesda but 38 up in laytonsville. low 40s great falls, fairfax and burke. 43 in arlington and 44 college park and 40 also over in bowie. so factor in the winds, well it feels like 35 in leesburg and 39 in gaithersburg. so if you're going out now, just kind of dress for the 30s if you're going to go out late, it's a tuesday night. i don't know how many people go out late on tuesday night but you never know. dress for the 20s. we're going to be dry through the week. need a jacket tonight and windchills 20s and 30s and need the jacket tomorrow. pretty much all day. so for tonight clear breezy cold. one to two blanket night. lows in the 30s and winds out of the north at 10 to 20. next three days our 9 weather alerts are green, green and green. chilly and nice on wednesday. 50. a cool but nice on thursday, 52. and still cool on friday, sunshine 54. good news about thursday and friday, not much wind. it will feel a little bit milder. next seven days, still nice on saturday. for the terps' game. temperatures in the mid 50s. not much wind. sunday the skins actually ma
the 21st, a woman was on the trail in bethesda when she was attacked. the suspect is about six feet tall and has short brown hair. recognize that guy? call the cops. >>> and we have also learned that another woman was groped. this time in the springfield area. it happened on thursday afternoon in the 7200 block of commerce street. this is the 8th groping reported there in the last couple of months. the woman says she screamed when the pervert grabbed her and then he took off running. take a look at this sketch from the previous attack. the most recent victim says that this man, he does resemble the man who grabbed her. anita? >>> think your baby is adorable? who doesn't. well one guy says his daughter is down-right ugly and blames the mom. he even took her to court. this is a story that you've got to hear. >>> and this train is just a chugging along. you know what's going to happen and you know that you still want to see it. join us after the break. >>> when babies are first born, they are not always super cute. >> no, not always. but every parent thinks that their baby is still adorable
in bethesda. 47 in springfield. still 50 in college park. we'll give you that and 48 over in bowie. a nice weekend ahead. chilly for high school football. nice for the terps game and nice for the redskins game. for mid november, pretty nice. 28 to 38 tonight. winds north-northeast at 10. if the winds pick up, it will add a little chill to the air. 30's and 40's on sunday. by afternoon, just in time for the terps game, mostly sunny, a bit cool but pleasant. figure on temps 48 to 54 and winds at 10. for the rest of the afternoon, we're in great shape. mostly sunny and cool, highs near 55. redskins forecast, nice also. we're looking at partly cloudy skies. temperatures 52 to 57, a few clouds come in late but that really is it. the next three days our weather alerts are green, green and green. nice on saturday, nice on sunday. and seasonable on monday. 57. sounds pretty nice. next seven days, we put some showers in on tuesday. i'm not sold on it completely, a quiet travel day on wednesday. and i put 60 on the seven-day, 60 for turkey day and 62 for friday. it's a little warm for my taste but t
to support the janitors today at a rally in bethesda. 9 news spoke yesterday with one of those frustrated employees. >> i have done the job. i have complied with the regulations. and everything, but i'm not getting paid. >> that is not good. escalp enterprises, the federal contractor that employs those janitors says they haven't been paid by the government and that's why they can't pay the workers. >>> 16 afghan civilians senselessly shot to death allegedly by staff sergeant robert baal. that was back in march. the death penalty was recommended for the 39-year- old. several soldiers testified bale came back to base covered in blood saying i thought i was doing the right thing, end of quote. >>> former d.c. council chair brown spent his day in custody after two court appearances for violating bank and finance campaign laws. a superior judge sentenced him to 30 days in jail but then suspended that sentence. a federal judge sentenced him to one day behind bars followed by six months of home detention. >>> right after the break, a surprising trend when it comes to texting. plus, imagine what
.. trabajadores de limpieza de un hospital militar en bethesda reclaman sus sueldos.. dicen que su empleador, contratado por el gobierno federal, no les ha pagado por semanas y temen perder su dinero...maria rosa lucchino con la historia. maria cuenta con cada dolar de su sueldo para cubrir sus gastos...pero hace dos semanas que no recibe su cheque... "pago casa, el mortagage, el banco no espera si me paso, me cobran intereses y luego vienen los bills, las utilidades de mi casa" ella es parte de los 300- trabajadores de limpieza del hospital militar walter reed, centro medico de la naval en bethesda que estan acusando a su empleador, escab enterprises por no pagarles sus sueldos de tres semanas...el sindicato de trabajadores de limpieza, en sus siglas en ingles seiu, esta abogando por ellos... "simplemente dijeron que no tenian fondos porque el gobierno no les habia pagado, por lo tanto, los trabajadores no recibieron sus cheques y eso no solo en base sino en otros tres localidades que esta compania tiene" escab entreprises es una compaÑia contratada por gobierno el federal...estas trabajad
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pepco claimed he owed them for his small bethesda shop. even before he had first turned on the lights at his new bethesda salon, his pepco meter was already racing out of control. >> i was shocked. >> reporter: just take a look at that pepco bill. >> the initial bill was 73 plus $4,200 totalling the $11,585. after i had protested about this number, i got another bill, as you can see, that then totaled $19,000. >> reporter: he says finally pepco agreed to launch an investigation. so he just went back to business. so how do you feel about the overall length of your hair. and waited. and waited for the result. >> the results of the investigation were an insult. i got a one sentence letter stating that upon a review of your account, it has been determined the meter reading is correct and your bill is now due. my third bill was $25,000. >> reporter: when he got nowhere with pepco, he contacted a consumer protection agency, an agency familiar with our ongoing review of the utility. they suggested he contact us. to unravel the mystery of his meter, pepco required him to sign a release. >> th
condition. >>> a protest in florida was held on behalf of a man from bethesda, maryland. demonstrators gathered in west palm beach where the national symphony of cuba was making its first u.s. tour. they're protesting the imprisonment of bethesda resident alan gross. he's serving a 15-year sentence on charges he was trying to undermine the cuban government. he said he was only trying to provide internet service to cuba's small jewish community. >>> homeland security secretary janet napolitano visited new york city on sunday and toured staten island. right now thousands remain pout power and -- remain without power and are in shelters two weeks after the storm hit. fema is committed to helping everyone in the region impacted by sandy. >> the number one issue as we move forward is the housing. now finally identifying those houses susceptible to quick repair and then helping people get the quick repairs so they can get back in, begin the cleanout process and the like. >> staten island was particularly hard hit by the storm. right now nearly 67,000 customers are still without power. >>> he
cloudy skies this afternoon, upper 40s. bethesda not much happening along the links here in bethesda. some sunshine and clouds. manchester, really pretty shot. notice the fall foliage going back down to the browns. take a look. downtown, 49 degrees and 66% humidity and 38-degree dew point. the air is relatively dry, i do think it will hold down the chances of any precip and gusty winds. 51 today was the afternoon high in baltimore and easton 54 and ocean city closing into 60 and normally we should be right around 56 this time of year. we made it to 51, on the cooler side. 78 is the record set back in 1938. 20-degree record low back in 1959. current temperatures across town, 45 in manchester towards baltimore city at 52 and airport at 49 rather and up towards the north in cecil county, alton at 48 degrees. again it is all about clouds on top of us right now. go to the southeast you will be dealing with clouds and it will keep it warmer in comparison to carroll county out towards parts of westminster temperatures in the 30s. hour-by-hour forecast looks like this, a blend of stars and c
's food alert, roaches on a meat slicer at a white table cloth restaurant in bethesda. >> here's investigative reporter russ ptacek. >> reporter: everywhere we go, we ask the same question. can we take a look right now at your kitchen? right now means different things to different people. at this chinese restaurant in wheaton they told us they had cleaned up the violation and we could look for ourselves if we'd just wait a couple of minutes. then there was a flurry of activity at the hanging duck. >> it's been over 10 minutes now. >> reporter: they were cleaning up. >> we're now over 20 minutes. customers continued to order carry out. >> i ordered duck. >> reporter: you had duck today? >> i had a duck and the pig. >> reporter: are you going to eat it? >> don't know. >> reporter: over 36 minutes later they're telling us we can thou go in and take a look at the kitchen. when we got in the kitchen, the drain was still covered with debris and the floor was so wet, we couldn't identify the mush we found but health inspectors cited mice droppings, heavily soiled equipment, and ordere
and then walks from chevy chase to bethesda and back. >> for someone to take advantage of an 81-year-old woman, at best, you can say, evil. at worst, deranged. >> reporter: arrested in the case, 18-year-old tyran mcelrath. he was picked up yesterday on savannah place southeast. he had been in the neighborhood looking for potential targets before that break in. now, after his arrest, suspect mcelrath told police, i messed up, you got me. that lady could have been my grandmother. i feel sorry for her. live in northwest, pat collins, news 4. >>> today president obama and republican house speaker john boehner both laid out ideas to avert the so-called fiscal cliff next year. and it seems clear the two leaders and a bipartisan deal are still worlds apart. keith russell is in our newsroom with more on this high-stakes battle. keith? >> wendy, president obama's first remarks since being re-elected that he and congress have no choice. reach an agreement before the end of the year or taxes will go up for everyone, which could mean another recession. that's a deadline that's looming and the so-called fi
for veterans day, this weekend, a new, bigger than usual base exchange store opened in bethesda on the campus of the national military medical hospital. fox's john hanrahan was there for the opening. >> reporter: a guy gigantic line of people assembled outside a new store in bethesda saturday, and when the ribbon was cut, the shoppers streamed into the newest naval exchange store in the world. many military posts offer retail stores, but the one now open on the campus of the walter reed national medical center in bethesda is different. >> there was a store here. it was about 40,000 square feet. this one's 150,000 square feet. so the entire previous store fit in our back room storage. >> reporter: the new navy exchange is designed differently, with many extra wide aisles to more easily accommodate wounded warriors. this on-post store features a food court and on its opening day, subway spokesman jared took a turn behind the counter. >> good enough to eat! >> reporter: it was clear from his speed, jared has made these subs before. among the other celebrities on hand for opening day, fitness gur
, and cyclists. the capital trail in bethesda is the site of a recent attack. tonight, police have a sketch of the man who they think is responsible. fox 5s lauren demarco is live in bethesda tonight. lauren? >> reporter: the trail stretches from georgetown into silver spring. in the bethesda area, walkers, joggers, and bikers who use it are on edge. we want to look at the composite sketch released by police. they want to know if you recognize this man. he attacked a woman along the capital crescent trial october 21st. she was jogging in the area just south of massachusetts avenue between the fort summer -- sumner and westmoreland hills neighborhood. the 21-year-old told police she stopped for a group of deer when she was struck from behind in the head. when she awoke, she was in the bushes off of the trail and police are calling it a sexual assault. maryland national capitol park officers were patrolling the trail on horseback and bicycle and motorcycle. the attack happened around 7:00 p.m. in the evening. forty minutes after sunset and tonight we spoke with folks who used the trail. >> wh
. at superior court, pat collins, news4. >>> janitors at walter reed medical center in bethesda protested this afternoon. the service employees international union says hundred of janitors haven't been paid for their work since last month. they filed a complaint against a company that contracts them to work at walter reed. they want the government to pay them directly. the janitors say they are reluctant to go on strike out of concern for the patients. >>> next, students and teachers swimming schools at the district. why chancellor kaya henderson plans to close 20 schools. >>> a man in texas apologizes as he threatens to kill a former president. >>> and back to work with a major deadline approaching. >>> plus, indicatie beat the best in the world. >>> 20 d.c. public schools are going to close, most by next school year. the plan was unveiled today. only wards 1 and 3 are not affected by that plan. most of the schools closing are in wards 5 and 7. chris gordon with the reason for all this. >> reporter: simply put, low enrollment. good evening. spingarn has turn out some famous grad watts an
. 48 in rockville and 49 in bethesda. 49 in vienna. still 50 in fairfax and college park. so the cool weather will continue. early showers tonight. still breezy on friday. morning commute will be dry and the kids, yeah, they will need their jackets again tomorrow morning. for tonight early shower or sprinkle. now the winds are north- northwest from 10 to 15. you still need a jacket. high temperatures are around 55. the next three days, green, green, green, that's nice. breezy tomorrow, 54. 53 on saturday. we've got the walk now. get there at 9:00 a.m. as i will be there bright and early. sunday, cool, a few clouds will come in. but temperatures back to the upper 50s. the next seven days. we will clean it up. partly cloudy. temperatures are still cool. the storm should stay offshore. low 50s on wednesday and cold on thursday with highs holding in the upper 40s. we couldn't show this to you. >> you were a little busy. >> yeah. they were biking on the canal and this is taken by chris. shot on saturday, the 20th. so it is a little older. awe, but all the leaves are gone now. go to our web
by a contractor appears to be to blame for flooding a bethesda parking garage with several cars inside. these pictures were taken in the garage at the corner of bradley boulevard and wisconsin avenue. the contractor was installing a new connection and hooked that connection to an abandoned pipe around 4:00 this morning. that caused the bottom floor of a sixth floor parking garage to flood. wssc pumped the water out, and water has been restored to the building now. >>> smaller lines for apple's new smaller ipad today. this is the apple store in bethesda this morning. just one person waiting outside. and we're getting similar reports from stores all over the country. not naezly the frenzy for the ipad mini we saw for the iphone 5. online sales, however, are backed up. if you ordered today, apple's website says, you might have to wait two weeks for shipping. only the wi-fi version is available now. >> my 14-year-old niece is saving her pennies. >> as well she should. >> to buy one. >> it's $329. you that, right? >> i don't know how much money she has in the bank. >>> still to come on news
. bethesda and landover all good. >> we are going to start with morethe aftermath of that super storm sandy. >> thousands of people across the area are still without power this morning. pepco is reporting a handful of outages. the many and reports over 33 outages. bge has roughly 6300 outages right now. martin o'malley is spending another day checking out the miss left behind it. >> out in garrett county, and more than two feet of snow. widespread outages in that part of the state. he will visit a shelter in oakland, maryland. >> president obama got a firsthand look at destruction and new jersey. entire neighborhoods washed away. on wednesday a gas main broke sparking several fires. the president told victims the government was there for them and he would not tolerate any red tape. >> i can promise you the federal government will be working as closely as possible with local officials and we will not quit until this is done. >> in new york there are some signs of progress. parts of the subway is running today. amtrak will star running trains in and out of new york on friday. >> on tuesday cy
mantenimiento del centro medico militar walter reed, en bethesda protestaron hoy contra la compania contratista por no cancelar a sus trabajadores dos semanas de pago adeudadas.. silvana quiroz, nos amplia a la informacion... continuan los reclamos de pago por parte de trabajadores de limpieza de hospital militar de maryland. anuncian el cierre de alrrededor de 20 escuelas en el distrito de columbia. porque el sexo es parte vital en la vida de los seres humanos, esta noche a las damos comienzo al nuevo segmento salud sexo y vida. en los deportes resumen del futbol local. temperatura maxima de 49 grados y cielo despejado es el pronostico para maÑana miercoles hola que tal?... bienvenidos!!!..trabajadores de limpieza aun reclaman su pago de dos semanas.. hicimos un seguimiento y logramos contactarnos con la empresa contratista que atiende las intalaciones del hospital militar de maryland, walter reed... silvana quiroz con los detalles.los trabajadores de li del hospital walter reed aun reclaman sus pagos leticia perez trabajadorta "que por favor paguen a tiempo y que no estén dando cheques sin
groups such as the bethesda chapter of afcea. there are far too many examples to mention here. so the next time you read a headline about some egregious act there are far more >> temperatures on the way down. >> but today. >> gorgeous. >> tomorrow will still stay mild but then makes tuesday feel like what's going on? all right. we have mainly clear skies right now and the skies are going to start to cloud out from west to east as they move through the morning hours. 54 degrees right now at reagan national airport. and our high today made it up to 71 degrees. 11 degrees above average for this date. our network right now after a high of 71, temperature right now 52 in arlington and our final stop takes us to george washington university downtown d.c. temperatures are in the middle 50s. winds out of the east just around 2-5 miles an hour. temperatures across the board are falling into the 40's and 50s out of the west. head over to eastern shore temperatures 40's and lower 50s. the big story for the next couple of days will be the strong cold f
opportunities. in bethesda, brianne carter. >> as we recognize veterans day, giving the gift of comfort. he was just given a new home design for the needs of the wounded warrior. jeff goldberg is in fredericksburg with this story. >> it's an incredible story. garden.riot is a quadruple amputee and he has two purple hearts for his service. severe head injury back to war in afghanistan. here now is 27-year-old marine sergeant peck arriving in his home provided by the tunnels towers organization based in providing homes for veterans injured. includes a lower height sidewalks,, why did cameras can be controlled by an ipad or iphone. he came amid recuperated after the head injury in iraq and went afghanistan we in may 2010 ied seclusion caused him lose all four limbs. >> he was beloved by all. he was one of the strongest marines i have ever met. to this day, i miss him dearly. >> this is the site of the battle here in the civil war. n still see the war trenches. he will be living here with his mother and his guard dog. be welcomed with open arms in the community. like in fredericksburg, jeff abc
from montgomery county the searchclue in won a woman. has >> the woman was attacked near bethesda. >> montgomery county detectives have released this composite sketch. is the man they believed attacked a woman two weeks ago. he is described as a white tall, and eighth and then build. two weeks ago a woman was running after 7:00. stopped and her attacker hitting for her from behind, knocking her out, and assaulting her. police are trying to track down man riding a bicycle that night and a believe he may have information about the attacker. this are following tonight inws montgomery county. the 800 block of forest glen road after a water main breaks. police have closed the road, and at last check it is not clear take to makeill the repairs. thousands in new york city,, andpower came back down parts of lower manhattan. 2.7 million customers are still t electricity. there is growing praise along some anger over one of the divisive issues. the marathon was cancelled criticism. not everyone is satisfied with the decision. >> just one week ago our a marathon was threatened by sandy. seen
to spend the winter. in bethesda, bruce leshan, 9news now. >>> you can help people struggling to recover from sandy with just the click of a mouse. log on to facebook and like our wusa9 page and we'll donate $1 to the american red cross. >>> this morning, former arizona congresswoman gabrielle giffords came face-to-face with the convicted shooter jared loughner in court yesterday. he was sentenced to seven consecutive life sentences and plus 140 years in a federal prison. he pleaded guilty several months ago to the shooting rampage in arizona. other victims spoke directly to loughner and they shared their thoughts on that experience with the cameras after sentencing. >>> in sports the awards continue to roll in for the washington nationals. three nats have won silver slugger awards for best offensive player at their position. adam laroche led all first basemen with 33 home runs and 100 rbis. ian desmond was the best shortstop with 25 home runs despite missing 32 games with a torn oblique. stephen strasburg has a battle average of .277. he hit the most doubles by a pitcher. the nationals
to just be a disabled vehicle on the right shoulder. as you can see volumes are light here in bethesda. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 4:55. back to you. >>> 4:39. time for the first your money segment of the morning. >> keep saying we're going to avoid the fiscal cliff but we're skiing downhill fast. >> president obama is saying we're not growing to fall off the fiscal cliff. the president told reporters he's going to work with republicans to prevent automatic spending hikes -- spending cuts and hikes taking effect at the end of the year. families making less than $250,000 a year will stay the same but insists the rich will have to pay more taxes which has been a major sticking point with republicans. investors started selling after the president spoke and that triggered another sell-off. really worried the democrats and republicans won't be able to reach across the aisles and hit a deal. the dow stands at 12,570. it fell another 185 points in trading yesterday. nasdaq was off by 37. and the s&p 500 was down by 19. >>> millions of people went on strike across europe to prote
, and bethesda 39 degrees. mostly sunny and a little bit warmer than yesterday. temperatures in the upper 50's for most of us. not really a bad start for the day. you will notice the warm air slowly moving into town over the next couple of days. that is it from bethesda here. me and my mustache -- can you actually even see it? people tell me i should put makeup on it to make it visible for tv. >> tea was so much. it is friday, and we are so happy. -- thank you so much. it was a debacle yesterday with the film crew and they will be out there again. you want to map your route before you head out the door. take glen road over towards falls and you can join 270 and there you are. no problems for virginia commuters as to push north. interstate 95, a quiet round. 395 to and across the 14th street bridg nd quiet. >> still to come, we will show you how hillary clinton is honoring the oh! green mountain coffee! how do you always have my favorite coffee? well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee and even hot cocoa and you'll
mark orthodox church in river road in bethesda. they'll be serving lunch and dinner the next few days and can you get thing like beef stroganoff, borche, baklav a -- i feel like i can speak several languages all homemade and they have a takeout window river road inethes aboutda -- bethesda and this has me feeling like eating, this weather. >> no doubt. >> and let's look at the live shot. and enjoy the fact that we can see a bit. the sun is still going down after 6:00 and have our twilight. this is the weekend the time changes and by this time next week, we will have been dark for an hour and on sunday, sunset time is at 5:04. the clouds have been stubborn to leave today and they will be tomorrow. that is what we're seeing at this hour and that is an intermittent wipe on the windshield wiper and still a piece of energy rotating around the trough that has trapped our super storm sandy here. it's trying to get out of the area and is making only slow progress. there was a little bit of sunshine in far western west virginia and ohio and far southwestern virginia. but we probably have one
. no problems to report on the beltway north of town between college park and silver spring and bethesda. 95 good from baltimore. live look at 270 on the southbound side where you can see the lanes are open. so nice right now. if you're heading doubt door you will be fine from frederick down to the point where the lanes divide. and roads are dry. let's go back to the maps this time on the inbound side of i- 66. manassas into centreville, fairfax lanes are open. no issues to the roosevelt bridge and northbound 395 as well. a live look at 66 and this is what it looks like at west ox road coming from vent civil tall lanes are open and i'll be back in a few minutes. but first a heads-up about major work on one of the worst bridges in our area. the bridge carrying washington boulevard over columbia pike in arlington has been rated poor by the department of transportation. so work has begun to improve the interchange and this weekend columbia pike will be closed between south quinn street and south orm street so part of the bridge can be demolished. another major project is set to finish ahead of
like from bethesda, all your lanes on ep. this time we'll head over to the other side, no issues at all. looking good as you leave new carrollton down to the wilson bridge and we'll take a live look at the beltway down south. and beyond into alexandria. i was at national harbor yesterday, just beautiful. back to you guys. >>> an alexandria family is searching for a man missing now for two weeks. hurricane sandy hindered search and press skew operations for 69-year-old mohammed dhani, he suffers from dementia. >>> well, believe it or not, today is the last full day of campaigning for the 2012 presidential election. seems like it has gone on forever, doesn't it? both candidates will stop in swing states before heading home. today the president will stop in wisc iowa, ohio before he travels to chicago and casts his ballot. mitt romney will be campaigning in florida, virginia and new hampshire before he finishes in boston where he votes tomorrow. and the final push is about getting as many people out to the election booth as possible. >> that is what is going to decide this. frankly there i
in bethesda tonight, but this morning a different story. a water main undergoing repairs began leaking massive amounts of water flooding out the building's parking garage submerging cars in water. fox 5's bob barnard shows us. >> reporter: this is what it looked like down there in the parking garage around 10:00 this morning. they're taking pictures of the five cars nearly submerged in muddy waters. this is a mercedes, parked behind it another car likely totaled. >> oh, it's horrible. i mean it's like sandy only it was created by an error i'll say. >> reporter: diane wax's car is safe, not one of these thanks to a heads up neighbor. >> one of my friends in the building called me about 7:00 to tell me that the garage was flooding and that i needed to move my car up. >> reporter: this happened beneath a condominium complex along wisconsin avenue in bethesda just north of bradley boulevard near the cvs, petsmart and staples. a spokeswoman for wssc, the washington suburban is anker to commission, says crews over-- sanitary commission, says crews overnight were installing a new water main over t
to the streets thanksgiving morning in turkey trots. in bethesda, maryland, a turkey character greeted all of the runners. meanwhile, the trotters in san jose were joined by indiana jones and also super mario brothers. check that out. >>> the dining room was full at churchill downs as about 7,000 people feasted on thanksgiving turkey at kentucky's legendary horse track. a few thousand more came out just for the races. >>> in ohio, what was once the world's tallest and fastest wooden roller coaster came crashing down. the final pieces of king island's son of beast ride had closed permanently in 2009 following an accident that had reportedly injured a woman. >>> and for the second year in a row, a wire fox terrier is america's top dog. oh, look at him. the 4-year-old named sky was named best in show over more than 1500 other dogs in this year's national dog show. >>> well, most americans celebrated the thanksgiving holiday with family, friends, and football. about 68,000 of them are far from home. and even though the new york jets played like turkeys, the team did a very nice thing for some
at bethesda elementary discovered the rare find in the school's basement. the principal plans to preserve the antique items and display them for students. >>> and it's beginning to look a lot like christmas in washington, d.c., as the official u.s. capital tree has arrived. the 73 foot spruce from colorado was hoisted on the capitol's west lawn. the tree will be decorated for its official lighting ceremony on december 4th. >>> all right. how about a little sports. monday night football, panthers/eagles. and carolina's quarterback cam newton ran for two short yardage touchdowns and passed for two more to give the panthers their third win of the season 30-22 over philadelphia. >>> and to the nba now where milwaukee went into chicago and were trailing badly, but the bucks rallied to take the lead in the fourth quarter and completed the comeback edging the bulls 93-92. just by the skin of their teeth. >>> well, in brooklyn, those guys looks familiar. part owner jay-z and beyonce were on hand for the first nets game against the knicks in the new barclays center. 38-year-old jerry stackhouse of
that this sunroom is going to be a really nice place to spend the winter. in bethesda, bruce leshan, 9 news now. >> we will keep checking in with bruce as he rebuilts his home. his contractor says it may be a matter of months before it's all done. >>> now topper shutt is here. what about our forecast? we know about that nor'easter. >> well, it's still giving us wind even though it's essentially off the new england coast, but the winds will die down slowly. let's talk about the scope of the winds. they're not as strong as superstorm sandy but still covers a pretty big area, 29 mile-per-hour wind gusts in boston, 24 mile-per-hour wind gusts here in the downtown area, even down toward hatteras 16 mile-per-hour wind gusts with even gusts over 20 miles per hour in the mountains back into west virginia and extreme southwestern west virginia. closer to home they're dying down slowly. our highest wind gust was 34, down to 24 now in the last hour, 17 mile-per-hour wind gust in both gaithersburg and leesburg and frederick but still a 28 mile-per-hour wind gust in martinsburg. so it's chilly. if you head
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at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> if you look to the skies above bethesda and is just about one hour ago he may have seen this. a group from the walter reed national military center jumping from a plane each with a american flag at their feet. we are told is the largest flag used in a jump. among these jumpers is a double amputee. and we will have a his story tonight. you not want to miss it. that is starting at 5:00 p.m. the great site. >> we are following a developing story from the middle east. that is where forces had killed the commander of the hammad military wing. kenneth god air strikes have killed six people in response to days of heavy rocket fire from gaza. >> a public plea for answers in the 2010 slaying of virginia tech student morgan. 20-year-old student disappeared in october 2009. remains found in a hayfield in january 2010. in an open letter, a police and asks anyone with information to come forward and do the right thing. a baltimore county woman in the hospital after a house fire. it is part at 1:00 a.m. this morning firefighters and there were met with heavy fire on the firs
reed national military center in bethesda say they haven't been paid in two weeks. the union that represents the janitors says it's filed a complaint against federal contractor fscat enterprises. the union claims it hasn't been paid by the government. the union also says the janitors have been reluctant to strike because of the patients at the hospital. >>> a curious cat in bowie, maryland, came close to losing one of her nine lives after spending days on top of a utility pole. the cat is named fierce, apparently, disappeared on wednesday. yesterday a little boy spotted her on top of this bge utility pole just off of bel air drive. that's when the cat's owner linda drew called firefighters, who said she needed to contact the power company to be safe. crews showed up late last night with a cherry picker right there. the trouble is the scared cat, if you will -- that scared the cat, and she took off down the pole and into the bushes. drew says she's relieved the cat is down. >> i'm just glad she's down from there. i was pretty sick about her being missing. >> drew says she beli
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